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14 enns comtech_ef_data_sspi_brazil_2013-v1-daniel_enns

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Comtech - Advanced VSAT_SCPC Dinâmico: Eficiência e Capacidade Juntas - Daniel Enns

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  1. 1. The Role Ground Equipment in a New Era of Data-Centric Satellites for Telco/Celco & Enterprise Daniel Enns SVP Marketing & Business Development Comtech EF Data © Copyright 2013 Comtech EF Data Corporation
  2. 2. Global Demand for Bandwidth 2Source 6/12:
  3. 3. Latin America Satellite Capacity Demand 3 Source: 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019
  4. 4. Brazil & Mobile Broadband Mobile ARPU – Data Slowly Compensating for Declining Voice ARPU Growth of 3G Connections (2008-2012) Handsets now far in excess of USB modems and M2M Percentage of Population Covered by Mobile Broadband Networks 4
  5. 5. HTS Capacity & Revenue • HTS capacity – Forecast market value: – Triple within the next two years to reach $1.6 billion by 2014 – Increase at a double digit rate over 2016-2022 to reach $5.7 billion • Revenue growth should be lower than capacity growth given the overall decrease in capacity prices to serve data-driven communication needs Source: 2013 “A large part of the revenue growth will depend on the ability of operators to support the development of new services & usage, and on their positioning with regards to terrestrial networks and non- commercial satellite systems.” Pacôme Revillon, CEO at Euroconsult 5
  6. 6. Media Linear TV OTT/TV Everywhere Broadband Access Mission Critical Network Control IP Data Backhaul Point-to-Multipoint Point-to-Point ProfessionalConsumer HTS - Broadband MEO-HTS & GEO-HTS C/Ku-Band Open Network Ground Equipment Ka-Band Proprietary Ground Equipment C/Ku & Ka-Band 6Source 9/13:
  7. 7. New Era of Data-Centric Satellites for Telco/Celco & Enterprise • New breed of open platform HTS satellites – Targeted to provide services for:  Telco/Celco for backhaul & trunking  Variety of enterprise customers and applications – Can be used with existing C-, Ku- and Ka-Band ground equipment – End users will still require advanced ground equipment technologies to achieve maximum bandwidth efficiencies • More than ½ of satellite operators have ordered or plan to order high capacity satellites to serve: – Telcos/Celcos backhaul & IP Trunking – 50% of enterprise terminals that are predicted to be using high capacity platforms by as soon as 2020 7
  8. 8. 8 MEO – HTS Ka-band GEO – HTS C/Ku-band •The ability to support rural access at 2- 20 Mbps per site will be highly compelling •Market proposition is with rural access •O3b’s OPEX advantage (~30-60% less) over traditional C- & Ku-Band capacity is a game changer •C-, Ku- & Ka-Band spot beams with backwards compatibility •Installed equipment can easily switch over to an HTS platform without equipment swap-out
  9. 9. 9 GEO – HTS Ku-band HTS - Broadband Ka-band New Telstar 12 VANTAGE • Broad regional beams and more focused high throughput spot beams to increase capacity for bandwidth intensive applications & offer superior performance for broadband networks • By using Ku-band across all coverage beams, it is fully backwards compatible with existing Ku-band terminal equipment EchoStar XVII / JUPITER HTS Satellites • Well over 100 Gbps capacity • 60 spot beams – concentrated in areas of maximum density
  10. 10. 10 What Really Matters to Service Providers? TCO More Services Lowest OPEX Lowest CAPEX Control of Total Cost of Ownership Offering more services with the best TCO When using C-, Ku-, Ka-Band, GEO, MEO & HTS Most efficient Bit/Hz Re-usable on different satellite capacity & services
  11. 11. Satellite Mobile Backhaul What do MNOs Need? • Solutions to address the rising traffic needs coupled with stagnant/declining ARPU • To increase profitability by keeping OPEX as low as possible via acting on backhauling costs – Lower cost space segment – Greater Bits/Hz efficiency in backhaul & trunking ground equipment 11
  12. 12. Economic Model for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) • As higher traffic leads to higher OPEX and CAPEX to fulfill the demand for bandwidth, margins are under pressure • To increase profitability, MNOs need to keep OPEX as low as possible • The most efficient way to keep OPEX down is to act on backhauling costs 12 Source: 2013 OPEX 70% CAPEX 20% Profit 10% Typical MNO Revenue Breakdown (Backhaul is ~40% of OPEX)
  13. 13. Competing Technologies for Cellular Backhaul 13 Source: 2013 FSS System HTS System MEO System Microwave Fiber Optic Copper Availability Coverage 3-10 beams depending on frequency bands uses (C, Ku, Ka) Depends on number and shape of spot beams Equatorial stripe between 40°N and 40°S (full constellation) Distances up to 50 Km Limited to landing points 1 to 6 Km depending on the access technology Service life 15 years 15 years 10-15 years 15 years >25 years >25 years Deployment time 3-4 years 3-4 years 4-5 years 1-2 years 1-2 years 1-2 years Service interruptions Interference, transponder failure Interference, transponder failure Interference, technology to be fully deployed Interference Cable breaks Cable cuts, thefts Security Network vulnerability Signal interception possible – encryption needed Signal interception is difficult and detectable Flexibility System adaptability Limited Flexible power allocation Steerable beams Limited None None Multi-point ability Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
  14. 14. Spectral Efficiency • Depends on various factors, including: – The type(s) of equipment in the network – Frequency band used – Power of transmission / TPE – Weather conditions – Traffic distribution in the network – Size and pointing of dishes 14 Source: 2013
  15. 15. Latin America Forecast • By 2023: – 6,500 BTS sites backhauled over satellite – Satellite sites using 3G could reach over 20% of total sites – Traffic carried over satellite for cellular backhaul should increase to 26 Gbps – 3G-related traffic could represent over 50% of total traffic – Overall backhaul capacity for regular and HTS should increase to about 7.6 GHz 15 Source: 2013
  16. 16. Brazil Telecommunication Needs 16Source: CPqD / Brazil
  17. 17. “Premium” Enterprise Solutions • What are “premium” grade solutions? – CIR available when requested – Low BER / packet loss / latency / jitter – High availability – Delivering services with stringent SLAs • Premium enterprise customers need solutions that: – Enable deployment of more applications – Provide more capacity per site – Provide lowest latency for business applications – Provide high quality video & voice with lowest latency and jitter – Facilitate BW resource sharing between users and sites – Integrate with existing IT infrastructure – Can be centrally managed – Reduce expenses compared to last year – Deliver greater quality of services 17
  18. 18. Enabling Premium Enterprise Services 18 Energy Mining Corporate Networks • Relies on SatCom as best way to reach remote areas • Remote location discoveries require new communications systems with higher throughout • Integration of remote “sites” into corporate networks • Crew safety & comfort applications • Relies on modern, reliable & efficient communications • Day to day Operations • Support for multiple independent entities operating at mine site • Employee health and safety • Employee welfare • High capacity links • High availability • Low jitter & latency • Scalable • Manageable • Reliable
  19. 19. Role of Ground System Technologies • Operators, service providers & end users are looking for ground system technologies to: – “Extend” bandwidth – Reduce expenses 19
  20. 20. SatCom Infrastructure Technologies That “Extend” Bandwidth & Reduce Expenses Pillars of Optimizing Throughput Mod/Cod ROF Carrier-in- Carrier Technology Adaptive Coding and Modulation WAN/RAN Optimization 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Time 3:10 3:30 3:50 4:10 4:30 4:50 5:10 5:30 5:50 6:10 6:30 6:50 7:10 7:30 7:50 8:10 8:30 8:50 9:10 9:30 9:50 10:… 10:… Mbps ACM Operation and User Throughput User DR Avail DR Without DoubleTalk Carrier-in-Carrier With DoubleTalk Carrier-in-Carrier 20
  21. 21. SatCom Economics – “Total Cost of Ownership” • Costs typically associated with satellite communications – OPEX  Satellite space segment  Recurring license fees and taxes  Support and maintenance – CAPEX  Ground equipment, codec, routers, switching equipment, modems, converters, RF, HPA, antennas  Site preparation, civil works, one time license fees 21 Operating Expenses Capital Expenses Network Operations + Depreciation Total Cost of Ownership Operations & Maintenance Transmission OPEX Power Spares/Support Training Site Rental Network Equipment Site Equipment Civil Works NRO Transmission Equipment
  22. 22. Mobile Backhaul Product Positioning 22 1TRX 3TRX 6TRX 1E1 4E1 E2 E3 Capacity Sites 01020100+ Advanced VSAT Solutions (Point-to-Multipoint) CDM-625A + CX-U (Point-to-Point) CDM-760+ FX Series (Point-to-Point)
  23. 23. Advanced VSAT Solutions
  24. 24. Network Topology • Shared BW solutions for lower density population and lower BW capacity Requirements • Hub and spoke network – Shared DVB-S2 outbound – VersaFEC Return 24 Hub Remote Terminals SatCom Coverage
  25. 25. E1 RNC CXU-810 RAN Optimizer CDD-880 Multi-Receiver Router CDM-800 Gateway Router Comtech RF Internet/ Intranet WAN Optimization & Application Acceleration E1 GE BTS GE Node B E1 GE BTS Node B CTOG-250 w/ACM Controller CDM-840 Remote Router CDM-840 Remote Router ODM-840 Remote Router 2G / 3G / LTE RAN Backhaul & Premium Enterprise Services RNC BSC VMS 25
  26. 26. Advanced VSAT Fixed or Dynamically Managed Returns 26 Outbound DVB-S2 Transmit up to 160 MBPS Symbol rate: 1 Msps to 62 Msps QPSK, 8PSK, 16APSK, 32APSK Low overhead Enhanced GSE Encap. ACM / VCM Return VersaFEC transmit up to 15.35 Mbps Symbol rate: 16 ksps to 4.5 Msps Modulation: BPSK, QPSK, 8-QAM, 16-QAM Ultra low overhead Streamline Encap.(SLE) ACM Flexible & Scalable: Comtech FAST Codes EthernetLAN Internet CDM-800 Quad Demod Remotes HUB Quad Demod CDD-880 Demod Customer Furnished M&C CDM-840 EthernetLAN Mesh Mesh CDM-840 CDD-880 Demod EthernetLAN CDM-840 CDD-880 Demod EthernetLAN E C M
  27. 27. Satellite RAN Optimization with CDM-625A, Memotec & Stampede
  28. 28. CDM-625A Advanced Satellite Modem • CDM-625A is the latest addition to the award-winning CDM-625 product family • Most bandwidth efficient modem in its class • Multi-layer Optimization – DoubleTalk Carrier-in-Carrier with Automatic Power Control – VersaFEC low latency LDPC with ACM – 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% and 35% roll off – Dual band capability with independent TX and RX  Extended L-band (950 – 2250 MHz) EPIC Ready – Header compression for IP/Ethernet traffic – Hardware based payload compression for IP/Ethernet traffic 28 Carrier-in-Carrier is a Registered Trademark of Comtech EF Data DoubleTalk is a Registered Trademark of Raytheon Applied Signal Technology
  29. 29. CDM-625A Advanced Satellite Modem • Award-Winning Technology » CDM-625 Modem – 2010 Teleport Technology of the Year Award » DoubleTalk Carrier-in-Carrier – 2007 Teleport Technology of the Year Award • Thousands of modems deployed around the world on every major satellite system • Future-proof modem simplifies feature and technology update – FAST technology  Upgrade can be as simple as entering a code – Increase capacity – Enable features – Expansion slots to support future features and technologies 29
  30. 30. PoC Deployment of 2G, 3G/HSPA & 4G/LTE CXU RAN Optimizer + LS CDM 625 FX-4000 WAN Optimization & Application Acceleration BTS NodeB Wifi/ eNb eHSPA BTS NodeB Wifi/ eNb eHSPA BTS NodeB Wifi/ eNb eHSPA CXU RAN Optimizer CDM 625 FX-4000 WAN Optimization & Application Acceleration Network Management BSC RNC Home Gateway Router GGSN/ S-GW Local Switching Remote Sites PoC 30
  31. 31. CDM-760 Advanced High-Speed Trunking Modem
  32. 32. CDM-760 Advanced High-Speed Trunking Modem • CDM-760 Advanced High-Speed Trunking Modem – Builds on award winning CDM-750 modem – Extra wide Symbol Rate Range 0.1-150 Msps – Extreme Data Rates up to 314 Mbps – DVB-S2-EB1 (Efficiency Boost Gen 1) technology – Upgradeable to DVB-S2 Extension (DVB-Sx) and DVB-S3 – Supports CnC, ACM, and GZIP lossless compression 32 Carrier-in-Carrier®is a Registered Trademark of Comtech EF Data DoubleTalk®is a Registered Trademark of Raytheon Applied Signal Technology
  33. 33. IP Ethernet Trunk Deployment Option 3G/HSPA & 4G/LTE • Nb interface optimization • Gi optimization • Acceleration and IP compression • ACM and QoS combined functionality 33 BSC Media Gateway RNC Internet GGSNSGSN MSC Gi CDM-760 CDM-760 FX-4000 FX-4000 Gi eHDPA/LTE GTP Tunnel ACM + QoS Gn/GTP Media Gateway
  34. 34. NetVue IMS Architecture 34 IP NETWORK Hub-1 Hub-2 Comtech NetVue IMS NetVue IMS 1U 19” Server MOXA Serial Gateway 1U 19”, 16 or 32 serial ports REMOTE SITES in-band communications to remote modems serial interfaces • Centralized Comtech NetVue IMS server • IP communications to all hub equipment • Serial Gateway at each hub to convert any serial interfaces to IP • In-band satellite communications with modems on remote sites • User can access the system from anywhere, only requirement is IP connectivity to NetVue IMS server IP communications for data collection on all hub equipment and remote site equipment Users can connection from any location, the only requirement is IP connectivity to the Comtech INMS server Hub-3 Comtech EF Data Proprietary & Confidential
  35. 35. Summary • Comtech EF Data is the acknowledged “Vendor of Choice” for SatCom Infrastructure Equipment • Our portfolio includes the highest performance & most efficient products • Our solutions: – Deliver the most value to MNOs and service providers – Facilitate the delivery of “premium” enterprise services • We have strategic relationships with key HTS vendors & will expand on these in the future 35 “Comtech EF Data has worked hard to refine bandwidth efficiency. We believe that their latest Advanced VSAT Solutions product line represents a significant step forward for the company in addressing the shift from dedicated circuits to shared systems.” Simon Bull, senior consultant for COMSYS